Losing a loved one is an incredibly difficult and painful process.
That pain is compounded when your loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence. Under the law, a death is considered wrongful when a death is the direct or indirect result of another party’s negligence or intentional act. For example, a workplace that fails to provide proper protective equipment can be served a wrongful death suit if one of their employees is killed on the job due to the lack of safety equipment. Wrongful death suits are uniquely horrific. We treat every case with respect, and are dedicated to helping the victim’s surviving loved ones seek justice.
How we handle wrongful death cases
While all personal injury cases are serious, wrongful death cases are especially grave since the victim has lost their life. We take that incredible toll into consideration when we handle wrongful death suits. We will work diligently to connect your loved one’s death to the guilty party’s negligence, ensuring that your loved one obtains posthumous justice and that their surviving family members receive the maximum compensation. We will seek evidence, collect affidavits, gather medical records, and build a strong case for you.
What you should know about handling a wrongful death case
While seeking justice can be incredibly cathartic for the victim’s surviving loved ones, it can also be incredibly painful to relive the accident and death. Here are some important things to know about handling a wrongful death suit.
- Since the victim is no longer able to advocate for themselves, that burden can fall to their loved ones. It is emotionally draining, but is often crucial in a successful case.
- These cases can take a long time to resolve. This is a marathon of a process, but we will be with you every step of the way.